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Black Crows Atris Ski - 2017

The progressive tapering of the atris' sidecut is in direct proportion to its rocker, providing great stability when the ski is on an edge. what's more its raised tip has 3 distinct turning radiuses, which gives it good consistency during the turn and nice float (even at low speed). [more]

Black Crows Camox Freebird Skis - 2017

Playful flex, classic camber and double rocker – all-terrain pleasure, touring style with good grip on hardpack, very stable at high speed and playful in powder, the camox freebird is an excellent touring set-up for skiers who ski a lot in a wide variety of conditions. [more]

Black Crows Navis Skis - 2017

Progressive front rocker with a front rocker developed over 22% of its surface, this ski has remarkable pivot and offers great stability on hardpack or crud. Early rise tail a squared and progressive tail makes the navis playful in soft snow without compromising its alpine character on hardpack. [more]

Black Crows Orb Skis - 2017

This terrific all mountain ski goes faster thanks to the addition of two lengthwise titanal plates. An energetic, poppy ski which likes going fast, its rocker profile and width make it efficient in powder and in variable snow conditions. [more]

Black Crows Ova Birdie Skis - 2017

A ski made for piste skiing and variable snow conditions, this master of trajectory is a very stable ski with very quick edge-to-edge transition. Slightly softer than the unisex version, the ova birdie is nonetheless a vigorous ski and stable and dynamic when carving. Its 85 mm waist and light… [more]

Black Crows Captis Birdie Skis - 2017

Super responsive, its tight sidecut and 17 meter turning radius make the captis a sprightly and responsive ski. Easy to handle, double rocker, classic camber and tolerant flex help ensure this lively ski remains easy to handle and kind. [more]

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